I've seen it, but I can't say I really like it, as the player you have inputted doesn't allow the listener of the audio file to pause or scroll through the song, or adjust the volume (as these audio files can be quite loud). The player in question also gives you a blanket start or stop option only and if you stop the file playing, you have to start it again from the beginning. All in all, I feel that it takes away options from the listener and is too inflexible.
Okay. I understand what you meant. The reason I use this new player is because of how neat it is. But considering the demerit from what you said, it's probably better if we use the default player. Thanks for letting me know. I will switch back to it.
I'm trying to format the player so it matches the one on the Bang Dream wiki and the Love Live wiki (the player itself is covered by an image and you click it to reveal the player and from there you can scroll through the audio file, pause/play, and adjust volume. For some reason, I can't scroll through the audio file when I play the files on the song articles themselves, while I can do it on the Bang Dream and Love Lvie wikis. I'm not sure if it's something with my computer or the player itself though
Hi, your edits on the music articles have been a great help to the wiki, especially with the addition of .ogg files. I noticed that you created the Audio Header, Audio Entry and Audio Footer templates for this purpose. Did you create this yourself and if not, which wiki did you take it from? Thanks
Well, I got the templates from the Bang Dream! wiki, but the Love Live wiki also uses the same templates for their own audio files., so I would say that the templates in and of themselves are not unique. I'm trying to make the formatting of the templates similar to the ones on the Bang Dream! and Love Live wiki, in that there is an image of the franchise logo you click on to start playing the audio file. As it is now, when I play the files on the articles on this wiki, the scroll bar and volume controls are not visible and there's no way to actually scroll through the song or adjust the volume as is the case on the two wikis I mentioned.